Deep dives on components enabling thermal and air cabin comfort as well as management of heat dissipation in other critical component areas (for example Cooled EGR).
Thermal management is critical for maintaining cabin comfort and propulsion temperature control in all conditions. Environmental concerns, emissions compliance, and greater penetration of hybrid and electric vehicles are driving increased value-added opportunities in this sector as well as difficult material and architecture-selection decisions.
The IHS Markit Thermal Service provides insight, context, data, and analytics for key technologies that are reshaping the thermal sector. Users can quickly access key insights from market developments, put context around events and technological trends, dive into deep data and forecasts, and seamlessly drive analytics to support their most challenging decisions.
Planners and strategists use the service to:
The Thermal Management Service is part of a suite of vehicle contenting services. Delivered through AutoTechInsight, an IHS Markit automotive strategy and planning solution, the service provides a view into current automotive trends and future demand through:
David Smith-Tilley is a Director of Component Forecasts & Analysis at IHS Markit and is based in London, UK. David is responsible for all global research programs and single client consulting projects covering thermal systems, modules and related components. For more than 20 years, David has developed a specialisation and respected industry reputation in vehicle thermal management market and forecast assessments.
Prior to joining IHS Markit in 2008, David assumed a similar role at DRI. David also has a well-established and proven background in Automotive Consulting through previous positions as Senior Consultant at Planning Research and Systems plc, McGraw-Hill, Standard and Poor’s, and more recently within the Global Automotive Group of Global Insight. He holds an Honours Degree in Business Studies from Sheffield University and a Diploma of the Market Research Society.